Statistics & input-output measures for Colorado public libraries, 1985
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Statistics & input-output measures for Colorado public libraries, 1985

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Published by Colorado State Library in [Denver, Colo.] .
Written in English

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  • Public libraries -- Colorado -- Statistics.

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StatementKeith Curry Lance, Maureen K. Crocker.
ContributionsCrocker, Maureen K., Colorado State Library.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (chiefly tables)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17458424M

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This document contains statistics and input-output measures for all Colorado public libraries. Tables of the following survey data are provided: state totals and averages; public library addresses; telephone, fax, and URL for public libraries; public library directors; borrowers, outlets and bookmobiles; ALA-MLS librarians, other staff and total staff in FTE (full-time equivalency Author: Ann M. Seidl. "Statistics and Input-Output Measures for Colorado Public Libraries, " is a compilation of data collected from the Colorado Public Library Annual Report sent to each public library jurisdiction in February of and returned in March. The response rate was excellent: % of Colorado public libraries returned the Annual Report and there was a substantial reduction in number of. New Mexico State Library, State Library, New Mexico, libraries, library Public Library Statistics Input/Output Measures - Definition of Terms - New Mexico State Library New Mexico State Library. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Statistics & Input-Output Measures for Colorado Public Libraries: Item Preview and program attendance per 1, served); and (15) Colorado public library summary statistics. Definitions and uses for input-output measures are included, and the annual report instructions and.

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